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Thursday, 21 January 2010

Debit Card Gratis (selain payooner) buat Verifikasi Paypal

Temporary OFF for Order till Next Month !!!

Ini ada lagi untuk mendapatkan kartu debit Master Card gratis untuk veryfied atau verifikasi paypal Selain dari kartu debit Master Card Payoneer, namanya LimitlessONE™ Access Rewards Card. LimitlessONE™ Banyak manfaatnya salah satu nya ada rewards program , program ini bukan program MLM melainkan suatu program community building , semakin banyak komunitas yang kita bentuk melalui program refferalnya maka semakin banyak juga rewards yang akan kita dapatkan , rewards ini akan di depositkan ke debit card kita sebulan sekali.

Berikut langkah-langkah cara mendapatkan kartu debit/credit Master Card gratis LimitlessONE :

Klik link ini : LimitlessONE

Lalu pilih affiliate> sign up

Pilih wilayah negara anda terus klik Proceed With Sign Up.

Setelah Form Pendaftaran muncul, Isi No ID 7870015045 pada kolomnya.
(Catatan : No ID harus wajib diisi supaya bisa Sign Up)

Isi data diri anda sesuai dengan KTP atau SIM.
Untuk pengisian data diri anda harus sesuai dengan data yang ada pada KTP maupun SIM secara jelas, supaya nanti kartu debit Master Card LimitlessONE di kirim tidak kesasar / tercecer.

Setelah anda selesai melakukan semua petunjuk diatas, kira-kira 3 minggu (perjalanan dari Inggris ke Indonesia dengan pos) kartu debit anda sudah sampai di rumah anda, setelah kartu debit sudah sampai kepada anda.

segeralah lakukan aktivasi, didalam surat juga diikutsertakan petunjuk, ikutilah petunjuk yg ada didalam surat tersebut untuk melakukan aktivasi.
Jika anda telah mengikuti langkah-langkah diatas dengan benar, maka anda telah berhasil dan saya ucapkan “Selamat anda telah berhasil mendapatkan debit card atau kartu debit dari LimitlessONE™”.

Sunday, 27 December 2009

Latest Information - Internet Scams - Email Hoaxes - True Stories

Latest Information - Internet Scams - Email Hoaxes - True Stories

UK National Welfare Christmas Lottery Scam

Email claims that the recipient has won the UK National Welfare Christmas Lottery and should contact a specified agent in order to claim a large cash prize.

Published: 27th December 2009

About Hoax-Slayer

About Hoax-Slayer

Mission Statement:

The goal of the Hoax-Slayer Website is to help make the Internet a safer, more pleasant and more productive environment by:

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    Computer Security
  • Debunking email and Internet hoaxes
  • Thwarting Internet scammers
  • Combating spam
  • Educating web users about email and Internet security issues.

About Brett Christensen:

Unless specifically noted, all articles on the Hoax-Slayer website are written by, me, Brett Christensen. Hoax-Slayer is a one person operation that I run from my home office. No staff are employed to help with the website, although I enjoy the ongoing support and encouragement of my family.

I live in Bundaberg, Queensland, Australia with my wife, my two sons and my stepdaughter and stepson. Bundaberg is a small city a few hours drive north of Brisbane and is famous for its rum, ginger beer and sugar cane.

Brett Christensen
I have now been researching and writing about hoaxes and scams for more than six years. All articles published on Hoax-Slayer are thoroughly researched prior to publication. My findings are based on information available via a variety of credible sources including other reputable websites, news articles, press releases, government or company publications and consumer alerts. If required, I also contact companies, government departments or other relevant entities directly to enquiry about the veracity of a particular message. Most articles include in-text hyperlinks and/or a separate reference list that allow readers to check the information for themselves.

Computing is an important part of my life and I spend a lot of time using computers and the Internet. Through my study, personal and business interests, I have gained a high level of general computing knowledge. Computing is a dynamic and challenging field, and I continue to update my skills and learn more virtually every day.

The Hoax-Slayer website is very important to me and I have put a great deal of time and effort into making it a worthwhile Internet resource.

About Hoax-Slayer's Mission:

Email hoaxes spread misinformation, waste bandwidth, and lessen the effectiveness of email as a communication medium. Hoaxes also circulate via social networking websites, blogs and online forums. Hoax-Slayer helps stop the continued circulation of these hoaxes by publishing information about them. Hoax-Slayer allows Internet users to check the veracity of a large number of common hoaxes. Information about new hoaxes is added on a regular basis.

Around the world, Internet scammers steal millions of dollars per year from unsuspecting Internet users. These criminal activities are successful largely because many Internet users are not aware of the ways in which scammers operate and may not recognize scam attempts if they are targeted. Hoax-Slayer aims to counteract these criminal activities by publishing information about common types of Internet scams and providing examples of scam messages.

Spam is the scourge of the Internet. Hoax-Slayer combats the problem by providing information that can help Internet users reduce spam.

Many users inadvertently compromise their online privacy and the security of their computer equipment because of poor computer security practices. Hoax-Slayer publishes information that makes users aware of email, Internet and computer security issues and what to do about them.

Hoax-Slayer In the News:

In November 2009, Hoax-Slayer was featured in the Sydney Morning Herald:
Hoax slayer puts the bite on vampires of the cyber world

In December 2009, an article discussing the website was published in the Bundaberg News Mail:
Brett Christensen a 'Hoax Slayer'

I have also given several radio interviews in which I discuss hoaxes and scams and the website.

In December 2009, the Hoax-Slayer website was added to PANDORA, Australia's Web Archive. PANDORA is a project operated by The National Library of Australia. PANDORA identifies and archives online publications considered by the Library to have national significance.

Site History:

Work began on the Hoax-Slayer website in August 2003. Earlier in 2003, I created a Yahoo Email discussion group designed to debunk and expose hoaxes and scams. The idea for the Hoax-Slayer website grew out of this Yahoo group. In March 2004, I decided to close the Yahoo group and concentrate on adding information to the website and publishing the Hoax-Slayer Newsletter.

In June 2005, the Hoax-Slayer News blog was created to help keep visitors and newsletter subscribers informed about Hoax-Slayer happenings. In July 2007, the blog was completely revamped and began to focus on a much wider range of topics. Blog Hoax-Slayer provided ongoing information about potential computer security threats including viruses, spyware, scams and spam as well as other Internet related topics.

July 2005 saw the launch of the Hoax-Slayer Forums. The forums provided a place for Hoax-Slayer subscribers and visitors to freely discuss scams, hoaxes and other subjects.

In early 2009, both the Hoax-Slayer Forums and Blog Hoax-Slayer were retired and replaced by Hoax-Slayer Social, a Ning social network that gives Hoax-Slayer visitors even more opportunities to ask questions, interact and exchange information via integrated forums, blogs and chat facilities.

During 2009, an on-page commenting system has been added to many existing articles. New articles published on the site will also include the commenting system. This system allows readers to offer immediate comments or feedback about information published on the website. I now publish site updates via Twitter and have also created a Facebook page for Hoax-Slayer.

Since its launch, Hoax-Slayer has grown from a single home page to a large site with more than a thousand separate web pages. More articles are added to the website every week. The monthly Hoax-Slayer newsletter now has well over thirty thousand subscribers with more people joining every day.

Contact Details:

If you wish to offer feedback, ask questions or submit examples, please contact me via email.

You could also write to
Brett Christensen
PO Box 2063
Bundaberg QLD 4670

Business Details:

Hoax-Slayer forms part of a registered business that has the Australian Business Number (ABN) 12 992 424 947.
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Latest Email Hoaxes - Current Internet Scams - Hoax-Slayer

Latest Email Hoaxes - Current Internet Scams - Hoax-Slayer

Hoax-Slayer is dedicated to debunking email hoaxes, thwarting Internet scammers, combating spam, and educating web users about email and Internet security issues. Hoax-Slayer allows Internet users to check the veracity of common email hoaxes and aims to counteract criminal activity by publishing information about common types of Internet scams. Hoax-Slayer also includes anti-spam tips, computer and email security information, articles about true email forwards, and much more. New articles are added to the Hoax-Slayer website every week.

True Emails

True Emails

From time to time an email message may arrive in your inbox that has some of the characteristics of a hoax or scam email but in fact contains factual information.

True Emails

True Emails

From time to time an email message may arrive in your inbox that has some of the characteristics of a hoax or scam email but in fact contains factual information.

True Emails

True Emails

From time to time an email message may arrive in your inbox that has some of the characteristics of a hoax or scam email but in fact contains factual information.

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